After delivering all of the eggs and baskets, where does the Easter Bunny go? For many homes, he goes to a shelter … is left outside in a pen … dumped in the wild … or placed on craigslist. This is why Clover Patch Sanctuary was created: to rehab and rehome bunnies that people decide they can no longer care for, or simply do not want, or the novelty has worn off and owners realize the animal requires care and work.
Clover Patch Sanctuary Inc. is a 501(c)3 Non Profit charity pledged to observe and practice the 3 "R's" as they call them: Rescue... Rehabilitate... Re-home. Clover Patch Sanctuary rescues injured and discarded domestic rabbits and guinea pigs, provides them with loving care and support and places them in "forever" homes. They also educate the general public on rabbits and rabbit care. Their rabbits are all litter box trained and are spayed or neutered to prevent breeding like … well, you know.
The organization provides a "Hopper" (person in a rabbit costume) for parties and fundraisers. They also have a new program, "Rent a Bunny," where the bunnies come to special events and visit. The organization feels this will prevent "novelty purchases" and "dumping" after the holidays. It is a great photo opportunity for everyone, and proceeds benefit Clover Patch.
Before adding a rabbit to your family (a ten year commitment), attend "Bunny Boot Camp." Clover Patch is the only Tennessee rabbit shelter offering this program. It allows potential adopters of all ages to learn how to properly care for a bunny: feeding, grooming, habitat, and basic health education.
If you are not prepared to adopt but want to help, consider being a foster parent. Bunny fosters receive food, medical costs, and a packet of information and items for both the foster "parents" and bunny. The organization will work with you in all ways to help.
For more information on adopting, fostering, education, and fun, click on the link below to contact Clover Patch Sanctuary. See the slideshow for adoptable bunnies and Guineas. Please do not purchase rabbits from pet stores or private dealers/ sellers. As you will see under "adoptables" there are many Easter bunnies seeking a permanent place (and Guinea pigs, too!). Now, that is a great gift for the season.
More information: Clover Patch Sanctuary
My website HERE
Photo by J. Yates credit
Hi! I'm Rusty!
Rusty is a fluffy butt fun guy! We believe he's pretty young as well. Rusty is easy to pick up... likes to be held for short periods and would be a fabulous free roam rabbit as his habits are clean and tidy. Call or email: 615-473-1803 or email@example.com
Squeak! We're Stanley & Bruce!
Stanley & Bruce are father & son pigs. Bonded so they must be adopted together. Stanley is about 6 months old and Bruce is around a year. Bruce may require his teeth trimmed periodically. Both are sweet and social. Call or email: 615-473-1803 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Sniff! I'm Big E!
Big E, as we call him, is a super sweet guy who loves long pets on the head and to snuggle up next to you for some sleepy time. He's affectionate and loves his humans. He also had terrific litter box habits! Call or email: 615-473-1803 or email@example.com
Hello! I'm Fez!
Fez is a Lionhead/dwarf mix. Easy to pick up, loves to cuddle, and so gorgeous with those eyes! What a charmer. Like all of the rabbits at Clover Patch, Fez is is house trained and spayed/neutered. Call or email: 615-473-1803 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Call me "Mister"!
Mister might be the sweetest pink-eyed white Rex to ever hop this earth! His laid back attitude is absolutely precious. He loves hay balls, grass mats, and long hops in the grass. He has amazing litter box habits and keeps his cage neat and tidy. He is soft and sweet. Call or email: 615-473-1803 or email@example.com
Ooh la la! Je suis "Belle"!
Belle is a sweet little dwarf, high energy and loves to roam the floors. She has plenty of attitude and is house trained and spayed/neutered. If you would like to meet this pretty girl, just give us a call or email: 615-473-1803 or firstname.lastname@example.org